Recovery Is Tough Work
Your willingness to do the work is related to how comfortable and connected you feel with supportive programming. If you choose to participate in the recovery program, you will be assigned a recovery counselor who will meet with you in group and individual sessions. With them, you’ll address goals and aspirations in the context of your recovery program. We’re flexible and able to meet your individual needs, and we always honor your perspective on sobriety and recovery.
If you’re struggling with an addictive disorder, you’ll receive recovery-focused treatment that includes groups and individual sessions, options to participate in 12-step programs, relapse prevention planning, family programming, and a life skills curriculum. Fulshear utilizes the following curricula in both recovery group and individual sessions:
- My Personal Journal by The Change Companies
- A Woman’s Way through The Twelve Steps by Stephanie Covington
Our recovery program is effective because we meet each woman where she is in her recovery process. Many times they “can’t see the forest for the trees” so we focus on not only the addiction (trees) but also the underlying mental health issues (forest).
– Shawn Webb, LCDC, LPC Associate, Recovery Program Director